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Canon 1D Mark IV , Canon 300mm f/2.8+1.4xTC, Handheld, f/4, 1/1250 sec, ISO 800
Not sure if the mods would prefer this in flora/macro, but I have seen other small amphibs here in wildlife.
Prince Charming was well camouflaged in a thick layer of pond scum. I was shooting some mallard ducklings when this little guy caught my eye. I could not seem to get a clean shot from any elevated position because the scum seemed to take over so I crawled to my right and got down on my chest. I held my camera at water level and had my right elbow in the water to get low enough. Shooting in between some cat-tails I was able to get this head on angle. You cant see in this small jpeg, but the eyes are stunning (black with gold flecks) and you can even see the tree-line reflected in the pupil.
My wife told me that this looks like me before she found me...
Prince Froggie fits just fine into Wildlife Chris! Nicely done with the selective focus to maximise those wonderful eyes - and kudos to your wife for being brave enough to kiss the frog and turn him into the prince she knew he could be!! Now you just have to live up to her expectations.
"When the power of love is greater than the love of power, the world will know peace"....Jimi Hendrix. Web Site NSN0067